memcached 1.2.2 compile error

Paul Lindner lindner at
Thu Aug 2 15:19:40 UTC 2007

On Thu, Aug 02, 2007 at 10:03:01AM -0500, Cal Heldenbrand wrote:
> Paul,
> That seemed to work.  I commented out assert() on lines 686 and 1739 and it
> compiled with no warnings.  That's really strange, why would the compiler
> die because of an assert() call?

Hard to say.  Perhaps there's a pre-processor define for assert() that
doesn't plan nice with memcache code.

> That's a good point about the 2.6 kernel, we're in the process of upgrading
> web servers, which also involves porting our proprietary code to 64bit so
> it'll be a while.  1.1.13 compiled fine, I could just use that until we're
> fully upgraded.

> What would you guys recommend?

You can use either version.  They will both use poll() instead of
epoll() on a 2.4 kernel.

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